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    • Sarah Binks

    • Hiebert, Paul, 1892-1987; Canadian literature--20th century; Satire, Canadian;
    • Typescript copy (140 pages) of Sarah Binks that went to publisher. This book was first published in 1947, and it is based on some hundred poems supposedly written by Sarah Binks, "The Sweet Songstress of Saskatchewan."
    • Experiemental Farm-Indian Head

    • Indian Head--Saskatchewan; Experimental farm; Dominion Experimental Farm;
    • Color lithograph photograph of the experimental farm near Indian Head. The town can be seen in the distance. Founded in 1887, the Dominion Experimental Farm, is one of Canada's original research farms and is still in operation today providing...
    • Indian Industrial School Brandon, Manitoba

    • Schools; buildings; Indigenous peoples; Indigenous peoples - Canada- Residential schools; roads;
    • An Indian industrial school building in a field. On back: I think the picture of the school is very good don't you.
    • Letter to Mrs. Thurston, November 9, 1943

    • Chinese Civil War; Sino-Japanese War, Second; World War II;
    • This letter is from the Florence Kirk collection at the University of Regina Archives and Special Collections. Kirk spent 18 years teaching English at Ginling College in Nanking (Nanjing), China. In Nanjing Kirk was witness to both the Japanese...
    • Retracing the Old Trail Booklet

    • Northwest Resistance;
    • Gerald Willoughby's book describes his arrival from England to Saskatoon in 1883, and he was among Saskatoon's first citizens. His peaceful dealings with Louis Riel and various chiefs are detailed, particularly those with Chief Whitecap. Willoughby...
    • Fort Pitt, 1884

    • Northwest Resistance;
    • Photograph of a group of men at Fort Pitt, Saskatchewan, in 1884. Individuals include Thomas Trueman Quinn, the Indian agent at Frog Lake and a casualty of the Frog Lake Massacre; Francis J. Dickens, a Captain of the North West Mounted Police; and...
    • Elevators and CPR Station, Indian Head, N.W.T.

    • Indian Head (Sask.) - Buildings, structures, etc.; Railroad stations - Saskatchewan - Indian Head; North West Territories; Railroad tracks; Train platform; Saskatchewan - history
    • Postcard picture of the Elevators and CPR station, Indian head, N.W.T. Indian Head was located in Assiniboia which was a district of the North West Territories from 1882 to 1905 when most of it became part of Saskatchewan.
    • St. Andrew's Church, Indian Head, Sask.

    • Indian Head (Sask.); Buildings (structures); Churches
    • Sepia colored photograph. St. Andrew's church at Indian Head. The church was buildt in 1907 of brick and features a steeple over the front entry way. The yard is surrounded by a white fence. From the pamphlet collect, postcards views of Early...
    • Indian Head Experimental Farm

    • Indian Head--Saskatchewan; Indian Head experiemtnal farm; Buildings and structures; Landscaping
    • Colored photograph framed in white with a yellow border. Picture of a two storey house surrounded by hedges at the experimental farm in Indian Head. "The Indian Head Experimental Farm opened in 1887, with Angus Mackay as superintendent, responsible...
    • Letter to Folks, April 28, 1933

    • Chinese Civil War; Sino-Japanese War, Second; World War II;
    • This letter is from the Florence Kirk collection at the University of Regina Archives and Special Collections. Kirk spent 18 years teaching English at Ginling College in Nanking (Nanjing), China. In Nanjing Kirk was witness to both the Japanese...
    • Letter to Lillian, July 6, 1945

    • Chinese Civil War; Sino-Japanese War, Second; World War II;
    • This letter is from the Florence Kirk collection at the University of Regina Archives and Special Collections. Kirk spent 18 years teaching English at Ginling College in Nanking (Nanjing), China. In Nanjing Kirk was witness to both the Japanese...
    • William Pearce Manuscript, Volume 1

    • Northwest Resistance
    • Selected excerpts from bound published volume of narrative which covers such topics as the early settlement and development of the western regions of what is now Canada. Among other subjects, Metis land grants and scrip, fur traders, buffalo...
    • When Poundmaker marched on Battleford

    • Northwest Resistance;
    • The article describes the events after the battle of Duck Lake and leading up to the attack on Battleford. As well, it gives an account of the discussions between William McKay and Pitikwahanapiwiyin (Poundmaker) concerning the Crees' grievances.

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